What Is Crime?
Webster's college dictionary defines a crime as an action that is deemed injurious to the public welfare and is legally prohibited. Within the United States today, crimes are taking place every few seconds. In fact, in 1995, one crime index offense took place every two seconds within the US. There are many factors in this world today, which play key roles on affecting crime. Age, gender, social class, drug use, and educational level all have a key affect on not only the amount of crimes which are being committed, but which types of crimes are being committed by which people. …
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